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Home / 2012 Session Wrap / Supermajority GOP chalked up big gains, but not with immigration, guns and anti-union bills (access required)

Supermajority GOP chalked up big gains, but not with immigration, guns and anti-union bills (access required)

Nearly two years after Republicans took advantage of an insurgent mood that swept the nation and secured supermajority control of the Legislature, the GOP in Arizona can boast of enacting state budgets that eschewed accounting gimmicks, assumed cautious revenue estimates and earmarked money for anticipated rainy days ahead.

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